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    Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte serves liturgy in Plovdiv
    Feb12

    Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte serves liturgy in Plovdiv

    The Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte led todaya holy liturgy at the metropolitan cathedral of Saint Marina in Plovdiv.The service that was honored by guests from other East Orthodox churches was held to mark the10th anniversary since the enthronement of Plovdiv Metropolitan Nikolay. The two-day events are dedicated to Saint Luke of Crimea – a...

    President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour
    Feb12

    President Pahor visiting Ukraine as last stop of his tour

    President Borut Pahor will be in Ukraine on Sunday in what is his last stop on the tour as part of which he has already visited Germany and Russia. Pahor will meet his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    It’s in our interests to co-operate: Putin
    Feb11

    It’s in our interests to co-operate: Putin

    Hungary and Russia will soon begin talks on extending gas supply agreements between the two countries beyond 2021, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a joint press conference on Thursday with visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin, who called Hungary a trusted, stable and solvent partner. Orbán said the question concerning the stability of...

    NATO says it sees sharp rise in Russian disinformation since Crimea seizure
    Feb11

    NATO says it sees sharp rise in Russian disinformation since Crimea seizure

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO accused Russia of escalating a disinformation campaign since the Kremlin’s 2014 seizure of Ukraine’s Crimea region, saying Russian websites such as Sputnik and RT had posted false stories, the alliance’s spokeswoman said on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    ‘A clear provocation’ Ukraine’s war games near Crimea border sparks fears of new conflict
    Feb11

    ‘A clear provocation’ Ukraine’s war games near Crimea border sparks fears of new conflict

    UKRAINE has been accused of “preparing for war” as the announcement of military drills on the Crimean border spark fears of a fresh conflict with Russia. …read more Source:...

    How Russia became the leader of the global Christian right
    Feb11

    How Russia became the leader of the global Christian right

    In early April 2014, as the post-Cold War order roiled in the aftermath of Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula — the first forced annexation in Europe since the Second World War — Pat Buchanan asked a question. Taking to the column-inches at Townhall, Buchanan wondered aloud:...

    EU migration commissioner meets with Greek PM on refugee crisis, Ukraine visit
    Feb10

    EU migration commissioner meets with Greek PM on refugee crisis, Ukraine visit

    The refugee crisis and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s discussions during his visit to Ukraine topped the agenda of talks between the latter and European Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Well-wishers pay tribute to slain rebel leader Givi
    Feb10

    Ukraine: Well-wishers pay tribute to slain rebel leader Givi

    Admirers lined up in separatist-held Donetsk on Friday to pay their final respects to Mikhail Tolstykh, the latest pro-Russian rebel leader to be killed in eastern… …read more Source:...

    Pahor calls for Ukraine de-escalation in Moscow
    Feb10

    Pahor calls for Ukraine de-escalation in Moscow

    Meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Friday, President Borut Pahor said that a de-escalation in eastern Ukraine was essential for improving EU-Russia ties and boosting economic cooperation. Putin also expressed interest in the latter, including for Russian companies to get involved in projects in Slovenia. …read more...

    Eastern Ukraine witnessed ‘most violent’ week in over a year, says OSCE
    Feb10

    Eastern Ukraine witnessed ‘most violent’ week in over a year, says OSCE

    Violence in eastern Ukraine peaked with more than 10,000 ceasefire violations a day, NATO officials said, citing monitors. The EU has announced a disbursement of 600 million euros to Kyiv for pursuing democratic reforms. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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